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Duke Track and Field Set for Raleigh Relays
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Release: 03/29/2012
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DURHAM, N.C. - The Duke track and field team will travel down the road to Raleigh, N.C. to participate in the Raleigh Relays on Friday and Saturday March 30-31.  Over 2,000 participants make this NC State track event one of the largest in the southeast.    

2012 Raleigh Relays

Date March 30-31
Location Raleigh, NC
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On the track, the women's distance team will be represented by senior Meghan Deakins, junior Adrianne Soo and sophomore Ashley Berry in the 5,000 meter run while Virginia Hine, Leslie Morrison and Jessie Rubin will compete in the 1500 meter run.

Senior Nicole Ragucci will compete in the 400 as the sole Blue Devil sprinter.

For the men, Duke will field its first sprint medley of the season with the quartet of Wylan Bernitt, Caleb Duncanson, Henry Farley and Ben Raskin.  Duke will also field a 4x1500 team and a 4x800 during the weekend.        

The strong middle distance group consisting of Domenick DeMatteo, Nate McClafferty, Morgan Pearson, Brendon Pierson and Nate Schoepfer will compete in the men's 1500.

In the field events, senior Michael Barbas is set to compete in the men's discus and shot put, freshman Kyler Shumway will compete in the shot put and hammer throw and Austin Carpenter, Thomas Lang and Zach Robertshaw will compete in the javelin.  The women will be represented bysecond-team All American Michelle Anumba in the shot put and hammer while sophomore Erica Brand will focus her efforts on the discus and Andrea Hopkins and Shannon Sullivan will throw the javelin.

Sophomores Tanner Anderson and Michael Krone will represent Duke in the high jump to round out Duke's travel party. 

A full recap can be found at www.GoDuke.com at the conclusion of each event day. 

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